James Carville’s famous line about Pennsylvania, which he said was made up of “Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, with Alabama in the middle,” doesn’t ring true with law firms in the commonwealth that are fighting for a piece of Pennsylvania’s middle.

While many large firms like Blank Rome and Reed Smith have closed some of their offices in the central part of the state, comparatively medium-sized firms like Stevens & Lee and Harrisburg’s McNees Wallace & Nurick are happy to take what they leave behind.

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